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78 For the needy fhall not alway be for 2 For, lo, the wicked bend their bow, they Otten: the expediation of the poor thall make ready their arrow upon the ftring, - perith for ever.

that they may privily thoot at the upright 19 Arife, O LORD, let not man prevail; in heart. t the heathen be judged in thy fight. 3 If the foundations de destroyed, what 20 Put them in fear, o LORD, that the na- can the righteous do? Kas may know themselves to be but men. 4 The LORD is in his holy temple, the Sciah.

LORDS throne is in heaven: his eyes PSALM X.

behold, his cye-lids try the children of Darid complaineth to God of the outrage of men. the wicked: 12 he prayeth for remedy: s The LORD trieth the righteous: but 16 ke prefileth his confidence.

the wicked, and him that loveth violence,

his soul hateth. rohy hideit thou thyself in times of 6 Upon the wicked he thah rain mares, rouble?

fire and briinstone, and an horrible tem. * The wicked in his pride doth persecute peft; this thall be the portion of their be poor: let them be taken in the devices cup. hat they have imagined.

i For the righteous LORD loveth righte3 For the wicked boatteth of his hcarts ousnefs: his countenance doth behold the Lebire, and blefleth the covetous, whom thc upright. LORD abborreth.

PSALM XII. The wicked through the pride of his i David, deftitute of human comfort, cravda - antenance, will not leek after God; God help, of God: 3 he comforteth himself with not in ail his thoughts.

Gods judgments on the wicked, and confi5 His ways are always grievous; thy judg. dence in Gods tried promises. nants are far above out of his tight: as för q To the chief mutician upon Shemmith, il bis enemies, he puffeth at them.

A pfalm of David. zoved: for 1 hall never


be in adversity.

for the faithful fail from among the His mouth is full of curling, and deceit, children of men. und fraud; under his tongue is mischief and ? They speak vanity every one with his Tanity.

neighbour : with flattering lips, and with a & Re fitteth in the lurking-places of the double heart, do they freak. illage: in the secret places doth he mur. 3 The LORD thall cut off all flattering car the innocent: his eyes are privily set lips, and the tongue that speaketh proud beat the poor.

things, He lieth is wait secretly as a lion in 4 Who have said, With our tongue will da; he lieth in wait to catch the poor: we prevait; our lips are our own: who is Pue doth eatch the poor, when he draweth lord over us? in into his net.

$ For the oppreflion of the poor, for the 10 He croucheth, and humbleth himself, fighing of the needy, now will i arise, faith -hat the poor may fall by his tirong ones. the LORD; I will set him in safety from him

If He lath said in his heart, God hath for that puffeth at hiin. urten he hideth his face; he will never 6 The words of the LORD are pure words;

as filver tried in a furnace of carth, purited 12 Arise, O LORD; O God, lift up thine leven times. End: forget not the humble.

7 Thou shalt keep them, O LORD, thoa 13 Wher dore doth the wicked contemn malt preserve them from this generation od tre bath said in his heart, Thou wilt for ever. » Teqnire it.

8 The wicked walk on every side, wlien 14 thee hatt seen it; for thou beholdest the vilett men are exalted. kief and spite, to requite it with thy

PSALM XIII. ad: the poor committeth himnself unto i David complaineth of delay in help: 31 h: thou art the helper of the fatherless. prayeth for preventing grace: s he bezteth 15 Break thou the arm of the wicked, and

of divine mercy. Le cyl man: seek out his wickednels tilt q'l'o the chief muiician. A planır of Navid. kou find none.

Ow long wilt thou forget ine, O LORP, 16 The LORD is King for ever and ever: 12 leathen are perished out of his land. face from me!

17 LORD, thou hatt heard the detire of the 2. How long shall I take counr in my mble: thou wilt prepare their heart, thou foul, having forrow iri my heart disiya it cause thine ear to hear;

how long thall mine enemy be exalted over To judge the fatherless and the op- me? ruired, that the man of the earth may no 3 Consider and hear me, otomy Code 1:& oppress.

lighten mine eyes, Ictt i feep the jierp of PSALM XI.

death; eid encaragath himself in God against 4. Leit mine enemy fay, I have prevailed Wu tarmies. "The providence and justice againtt him; and those that trouble ine re.

joice when I am noved. ia the chief mafician. A psalm of David. 5 But I have trulted in thy mercy; my

the Load put I my trult; how say ye heart thall rejoice in thy falvation. tony foul, letas a bird to your moun. 6 I will ling to the LORD, because lie

liath deal: bountifully with nici


. Therefore my heart is glad, and mygio David describeth the corruption of a natural ry rejoiceth; my fieth also iball rett in hoe man : 4.he convinceth the voicked by the 10 For thou wilt not leave my foulla13; light of their conscience : 7 he glorieth in the neither wilt thou fulier thinc lioły One ke salvation of God.

corruption. I To the chief musician. A pfalni of David. 11 Thou wilt thew me the path d lle: THe foot hath said in Iris heart, There is in thy prefence u fulness of joy; at thyres T Do God. They

are corrupt; they have band there are plcasures for evermort. done abominable works; there is none that

PSALM XVIl. doeth good.

I David in confiderace of his integrity, ste 2 The LORD looked down from heaven up eth defence of God against his carmite: to do on the children of men, to fee if there were she weth their pride, craft, and veg any that did underttand, and seek God. 13 He prayeth against them is corynedd 3. They are all gone atide, they are ad to

his hope. gether become filthy, there is none that doeth

TA prayer of David. good, no, not onc.

Н! 4 Have all the workers of iniquity no

Ear the right, Ó LORD, attend unto try

cry; give ear unto my prayer, knowledge? who eat up my people as they eth not out of feigned lips. eat bread, and call not upon the LORD. 2 Let my fentence come forth from by

5 There were they in great fear: for God presence; let thine eyes behold the thir is in the generation of the righteous. that are equal.

6 Ye have thamed the counsel of the 3 Thou hast proved mine heart; thoa ed poor; because the LORD is his refuge. visited me in the night; thou had tried to

7 6 that the Salvation of Israel were come and thalt find nothing: I am purpeica no out of Zion! When the LORD bringeth back iny mouth thall not transgress, the captivity of his people, Jacob thall ro 4 Concerning the works of men, by the joice, and Israel thall be glad.

word of thy lips I have kept me frai PSALMxv.

paths of the deitroyer. David defcribeth a citizen of Zion. 5 Hold up my goings in thy paths, the set 1 A pralni of David.

footiteps nip not.

? who thall dwell in thy holy hill?

6 I have called upon thee: for thea

hear me, O God: inclinc thine car up to 2 He that walketh uprightw, and worketh and hear my Ipeech. sighteousness, and speaketh the truth in his 7 Shew thy marvellous loving-kinen heart.

o thou that lavett by thy right hand, the 3 He that backbitet, not with his tongue, which put their trutt in thee, from thok #. nor doeth evil to his neighbour, nor taketh rise up againg them. up a reproach againtt his neighbour.

8 Keep me as the apple of the cge, hi 4 In whose eyes a vile person is contem. me under the Madow of thy wing ned; but he honoureth them that fear the 9 From the wicked that appret ne, LORD: he that sweareth to his oron hurt, my deadly enemies teks compaf* me abart and changeth not.

10 They e inclosed in their own fat: wa s Hethat putteth not out his money to ulury, their mouth they speak proudly. nor taketh reward againft the innocent. He 11 They have now comparfed is in that doeth these things thall never be moved. Heps, they have set their eyes bowing der PSALM XVI.

to the earth; 1 David, in diftruft of merits, and hatred of 12 Like as a lion that is greedy of his per

idolatry, flecth to God for preservation : 5 he and as it were a young Ron lurking to le sheweth the hope of his calling, of the resur- cret places. ndion, and life everlafiing.

13 Arife, O Lord, disappoint him, cat Michtam of David.

down: deliver my soul 'from the wider Peelererente, O God : for in thee do I put which is the word,

14 From men which are thy hand, 2 0 my foul, thou haft said unto the Lord, Lord, from men at the world, the Thou art iny Lord: my goodness extendeth their portion in this life, and whore bethy not to thee;

thou fillet with thy hid treasure they 3 Buł to the faints that are in the earth, and full of children, and leave the reit ofis te the excellent, in whom is all my delight. fubftance to their babes.

4 Their forrows thall be multiplied that 15 As for me, I will bchold thy face halten after another god: their drink offer- ryhteousness: I shall be satisfied when ings of blood will i nor offer, nor take up awake, with thy likeneis. their names into my lips.

PSALM XVIII. s The LORD is the portion of mine inhe- David praiseth God for his manifold sad titance, and of my cup: thou maintaineft Delloos beings.

. To the chici inufician. pfalm of Thay 6 The lines are fallen unto me in pleafant the servant of the LORD, who paie places, yea, I have a goodly heritage.

the LORD the words of this fong, ta 71 'will bless the Lord, who hath given day that the LORD delivered him me counsel; my reins also inftruct une in the hand of all his enemics, and from the night-feasons.

hand of Sanl: and he said, 8 I have let the LORD always before me: because he is at iny right habu, i mai noi I will lose thee, Oload, niy ftrength

* The LOXD! my rock, and rny tartra and my deliverer: wy God, my trong

my lor.

*bam I will truk: my buckler, and the horn 29. For by thee I have run through a troop;

sny falvation, and my high tower. and by iny God have I leaped over a wall.

3 I will call upon the LORD, who is worthy 30 As for God, lis way is perfea : the to be praised: fo Qall I be saved from mine word of the LORD is tried; he is a buckler

to all those that trutt in him. 4 The forrows of death compassed me, and 31 For who is God save the LORD! or wło the foods of ungodly men made me afraid, is a rock save our God?

s The sorrows of hell counpalled me about; 32 It is God that girdeth me with trength, the fo4scs of dcath prevented me.

and maketh my way perfect. 6 In my dittreks I called upon the LORD, 33 He inaketh my feet like hinds feel, and od cried unto my God: he heard my voice retteth me upon my high places. oot of his temple, and my cry came before 34 He teacheth iny hands to war, so that him, tes into luis ears.

a bow of steel is broken by mine arms. ? Then the earth hook and trembled; 35 Thou liaft alto given me the thield of she foundations allo of the hills moved, and thy salvation : and thy right band hath hold

te maken, becaufe he was wroth. en me up, and thy gentleneis hath made me 8 There went up a smoke out of his no- great. ils and fire out of his mouth devoured: 36 Thou halt enlarged my tteps under me ale were kindled by it.

that my feet did not lip. 9 He bowed the heavens also, and came 37 I have purfied mine enemies, and over. en and darkness was under his feet. taken them; neither did I turn again till

15 And he rode upon a cherub, and did Ay; they were consumed. yes, be did fly upon the wings of the wind. 38 I have wounded them, that they were not

11 He made darkness his secret place: his able to rise; they are fallen under my fuet. polion pound about him were dark waters 39 For thou hast girded me with strength thick clouds of the skies.

unto the battle: thou lait subdued under me L2 At the brightness that was before hiin thote that rose up againit me. thick clauds passed; hail-flores and coals 40 Thou halt allo given ine the necks of fub.

mine enemies, that might deliroy them 13 The LORD also thundered in the hea. that hate me. Fera, and the Highett gave his voice; hail 41 They cried, but there was none co fave ce and coals of fire.

then; even unto the LORD, but uc answered 14 Yes, hc fent out his arrows, and scat. them not. tered them; and he not out lightnings, and 42 Then du! I beat them small as the duft Goosfated them.

before the wind; I did catt them out as the 15 Then the channels of waters were seen, 'dirt in the streets. was the foundations of the world were dir 43 Thou halt delivered me from the trip Dreta at thy reluke, O Lord, at the ings of the people, and thou haft made me ad the breath of thy noftrils.

the head of the heathen: a people whona I 16 He fent from above, he took me, he have not known thall serve me. drew mc out of many waters.

44. Alfoon as they hear of me they shall 17 He deitsered me from my ftrong cne- obey me: the (trangers fall fubmit then, and from them which hated me: for felves unto me. Le scre too #trong for me.

45 The ftrangers shall fade away and be 18 Tbcy prevented me in the day of my afraid out of thir close places. uunity but the LORD was iny ttay. 46 The LORD liveth, and blessed be my

19 He brougit me forth also into a large Rock, and let the God of my falvation be MACE: he delivered me, because he delight- exalted.

47 1! is God that avengeth me, and fab. 10 The LORD rewarded me according to dueth the people under me. By righteounek; according to the cleanness 48 He delivereth me from mine enemies; my hands bath le recompensed me. yea, thou lifteft me up above those that risé

I for I have kept the ways of the LORD, up againit me: thou haft delivered me from d lave not wickedly departed from my the violent man.

49 Therefore will I give thanks unto thee, For all his judgments were before me, o LORD, among the heather, and fing and I did not put away his ttatutes from me. praises unto thy name. 23 I was also upright before him, and I 50 Great deliverance giveth be to his king, myfelf from mine iniquity.

and theweth mercy to his anointed, to David, Therefore hath the LORD recompensed and to his feed for evermore. according to my righteousness, accord

PSALM XIX. ng to the cleannels of my hands in his eye. I The creatures Mew Gods glory i 9 the world,

12 David prayath for grace. 53 With the merciful thou wilt thew thy: 1 To the chief

mufician. A pfalm of David. di merciful; with an upright inan thou wilt berthy felt npright;


and the firnament Mewcth his handy 6 with the pure thou wilt few thyself work. cong's 2nd with the frowaral thou wilt thew 2 Day unto day uttereth 1peech, and night ar forward.

anto vight fheweth knowledge. - Lor thou wilt Cave the afflicted peopid; 3 There is no ipeech nor language where Er wc taring down high looks.

their veice is not heard. ** For thou wilt light my candle: the LORD 4 Their line is gone out through all the y God will enlighten my darknefs.

earth, and their words to the end of the

his grace.

world. in them hath he fet a tabernacle 4 He alked life of thee, and thod gatelli tor the sun;

· him, even length of days for ever and ever. s which is as a bridegroom coming out of 5 His glory is great in thy salvation to his chamber, and rejoiceth as a strong man nour and majetty halt thou láid upon bim to run a race.

6 For thou hast made himn molt bleiled in 6 His going forth is from the end of the hea: ever thou haft made him exceeding gas ven, and his circuit unto the ends of it: and with thy countenance. there is nothing hid from the heat thereof. 7 For the king trutteth in the LORD; and,

7 The law of the LORD is perfea, convert. through the mercy of the mott High, bc ital ing the foul : the teftimony of the LORD is not be moved. sure, making wise the fimple.

8 Thine hand than find out all think on 8. The statutes of the LORD are right, re- mies: thy right hand has find out thole that joicing the heart: the commandment of the hate thee. LORD pure, enlightning the eyes.

9 Thou talt make them as a

as a fiery ore 9 The fear of the LORD is clean, enduring in the time of thine anger : the Lab frall for ever: the judgments of the LORD are swallow them up in his wrath, and the Ex true and rightcous altogether.

shall devour them. 10 More to be defired are they than gold, 10 Their fruit thalt thou deftroy from the yea, than much fine gold; sweeter also than earth, and their feed from among the chi. honey, and the honey-comb.

dren of meri. 11 Morcover, by them is thy servant warn u For they intended evil against the ed: ord in keeping of them there is great they imagined a mischievous device, u reward.

they are not able to perform. 12 Who can understand his errors? cleanse 12 Therefore thalt thou make them tum thou me from secret faults.

their back, when thou thalt make reais 13 Keep back thy servant also from pre- thine arrows upon thy ftrings, aganti tte fumptuous fins; let them not have dominion face of them. over me: then thall I be opright, and I thall 13 Be thou exalted, LORD, in thine on be innocent from the great tranfgreffion. Arength ; so will we fing and praise the

14 Let the words of my mouth, and the power. meditation of my heart, be acceptable in

PSALM XXII. thy light, O LORD my ftrength and my i David complaineth in great discouragement ! redeeiner.

9 he prayeth in great diftress :'23 pash PSA L M XX.

God. i The claurch blefleth the king in his exploits : To the chief musician upor Alịcleth Salar, 7 her confidence in Gods fuccuur.

A psalm of David. The thief muficienne che dalyor Erdawie;

mc? why art thoa jo far from helag The name of the God of Jacob defend me, and from the words of my roaring! thee.

20 my God, I cry in the day-tine, har 2 Send thee help from the fan&uary, and thou hearelt not; and in the night-feagan, Arengthen thee out of Zion.

and am not filent. 3 Remember all thy offerings, and accept 3 But thou art holy, O thon that inhabatthy burnt-sacrifice. Selah.

ett the praises of Israel. 4 Giant thee according to thine own heart, 4 Our fathers trusted in thee: tbcy true and fulfil all thy counsel.

ed, and thou didit deliver them. 5 We will rejoice in thy falvation, and in Ś They cried unto thee, and were det the name of our God we will set up our ban- ed: they trufted in thee, and were not conners: the LORD fulfil all thy petitions. founded.

6 Now know I that the LORD saveth his 6 But I am a worm, and no man: A TI anointed: he will hear him from his holy proach of men, and defpised of the people heaven with the saving ftrength of his right 7 All they that fee me laugh me to foto: hand.

they thoot out the lip, they thake the head. 7 Some trust in chariots, and some in saying, horses : but we will remember the name of 8 He truited on the LORD tkat he would the LORD Our God.

deliver lim : let him deliver him, seeing the 8 They are brought down and fallen; but delighted in him. we are risen, and ftand upright.

9 But thou art he that took me out of the 9 Save, LORD: let the king hear us when womb; thou didit make me hope it : we call.

tvas upon my mothers brcaits. PSALM XXI.

10 I was calt upon thee from the wrink, A thanksgiving for vi&ory. 7 Confidence of thou art my God from my mothers belly. further fuccell.

11 Be not far from me, for trouble is deat, 9 To the chief mufician. A pfalm of David. for there is none to help. T!

He king hall joy in thy trength, O LORD; 12 Many bulls have eampassed me: ftrare

and in thy salvation how greatly thali bulls of Baihan liave beset me round. he rejoice!

13 They gaped upon mc with their mouth 2 Thou haft given him his hearts defire, as a ravening and a roaring lion. and hatt not with-holden the requeft of his 14 I am poured out like water, and aD = 1 lipy. Selah..

bones are out of joint: my beat i like is 3 For thou p eventett him with the bless- it is melted in the midtt of my bowels. ings of goodness: thou setteft a crown of 15 My strength is dried up like a pi! pure gold on his head.

fherd; and my tonguc cicareth to ty **

d thou haft brought me into the dutt of 2. For he hath founded it upon the seas, rach.

and establihed it upon the floods. G For dogs have compassed me; the af 3 Who shall afcend into the hill of the mbly of the wicked have inclosed me: Lord! and who than ttand in his holy place! bry pierceu my hands and my feet.

4 He that hath clean hands, and a pure 17 1 may tell all my bones: they look and heart; who hath not lifted up his soul unto tare upon ine.

vanity, nor sworn deceitfully. 15 They part my garments among them, s He thall receive the blelling from the Emul cait lots upon my veiture.

LORD, and righteousness from the God of 19 But be not thou far from me, O LORD; his falvation. ) my Streagth, hatte thee to help me. 6 This is the generation of them that seek

20 Deliver my soul from the Tword; my him, that seek thy face, O Jacob. Selah. darliag from the power of the dog.

7 Lift up your heads, o ye gates; and be 21 Save me from the lions mouth: for thou ye lifted up, ye everlatting doors, and the fall hard me from the hords of the unicorns. King of glory thall come in.

12 I will declare thy name unto my bre 8 Who is this King of glory? The LORD thron: in the inidit or the congregation will trong and mighty, the LORD mightý in I praise thee.

battle. Ye that fear the LORD, praise him : all 2 Lift up your heads, 0 ye gates; even re the feed of Jacob, glorify him: and fear lift them up, ye everlatting doors; and the Linni, all ye the feed of Israel.

King of glory Iball come in. 4 For he hath not despised nor abborred 10 Who is this King of glory! The LORD the adiction of the amicted, neither hath of lofts he is the King of glory: Selah. et his face from him; but when he cried

PSALM XXV. no ain, he heard.

i Davids confidence in prayer: 7 he prayeth 15 My praise fhall be of thee in the great for remission of Jins, 16 and for help in af. congregation: I will pay my vows before Aidion. thers that fear him.

I A Pfalm of David. 26 The meek fall eat and be satisfied:

UNO this colore parte in the sure they candle

thee, LORD, do I up iny soul. yuar heart iha]] live for ever.

be ashamed; let not mine enemies triumph 17 All the ends of the woric shall remem- over me. se, and turn nto the LORD : and all the 3 Yea, let none that wait on thec be Kindreds of the nations thail wortbip before thamed, let then be ashamed which trans

gress without cause. 28 For the kingdom is the Lords; and he 4 Shew me thy ways, O LORD; teach me is the governor among the nations.

thy paths. 29 An they that be fat upon earth shall eat Ś Lead me in thy truth, and teach me: and worship: all they that go down to the for thou art the God of my salvation : on dott thall bow before him; and none can thee do I wait all the day. Icep alive bis own soul.

6 Remember, O Lorn, thy tender mer 30 A feed thall ferve him, it fhall be ac- cies, and thy loving-kindnesses; for they counted to the LORD for a generation. have been eva of old.

1 They shall come, and Mall declare his 7 Remember not the fins of my youth, nor mendonte se refie unto companies that shall be menerapeuten hormone, according to rely camereg PSA L M XXIII.

Davids confidence in Gods grace.

8 Good and upright is the LORD: there1. A pfalm of David.

fore will he teach finners in the way. Talle maken het nie die down in green and the meek will he tekent his way.

he guide in judgment, pastures: he leadeth me belide the itili wa. 10 All the paths of the Lord are merey

and truth unto such as keep his covenant 3 He rettoreth my soul : he leadeth me in and his teftimonies. the paths of righteoufness for his names fake. 11 For thy names fake, O LORD, pardon

Yea, though I walk through the valley mine iniquity; for it is great. of the thadow of death, I will fear no evil: 12 What man is he that teareth the LORD? Eur thou art with me; thy rod and thy Ataff him thall Ire teach in the way that ke thall Choy comfort me.

choose: $ Thou preparest a table before me in the 13 His soul fall dwell at ease; and his proience of mine enemies : thou anointeft feed thall inherit the earth. ray lead with oil, my cup runneth over. 14 The secret of the LORD is with them

6 zurely goodness and inercy shall follow that fear him; and he will thew them his me all the days of my life: and I will dwell covenant. to the house of the LORD for ever.

15 Mine eyes ever toward the PSALM XXIV.

LORD: tor he thall pluck my fcet out of # Gets lordship in the world : 3 the citizens the net. of hus spiritual kingdom: 7 an exhortation to 16 Turn thee unto me, and have mercy reai 22 kim.

upon me: for I am defolate and afflicted. 1 A psalm of David.

17. The troubles of my heart are enlarged; The earth in the Lords and the fulness o bring thou me out of my litireflies: ; the world and

18 Look upon mine alićtion, and may pain; and forgive all my fins,


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